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'Tin Man' mini-series: 'Oz' reimagined by the SCI FI Channel

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  • 'Tin Man' mini-series: 'Oz' reimagined by the SCI FI Channel


    SCI FI Green-Lights Tin Man

    SCI FI Channel has given a green light to Tin Man, a wild SF reimagining of The Wizard of Oz, as its next six-hour original miniseries. Written by Steven Long Mitchell and Craig Van Sickle (The Pretender), Tin Man (working title) is slated to begin shooting in Vancouver, B.C., in early 2007, with an eye to a December 2007 premiere. Casting is currently underway. SCI FI is re-teaming with RHI Entertainment (Legend of Earthsea) to produce Tin Man.

    The miniseries is a sometimes psychedelic, often twisted and always bizarre take on The Wizard of Oz. It centers on DG, a young woman plucked from her humdrum life and thrust into The Outer Zone (the O.Z.), a fantastical realm filled with wonder, but oppressed by dark magic. DG discovers her true identity, battles evil winged monkey-bats and attempts to fulfill her destiny. Her perilous journey begins on the fabled Old Road that leads to a wizard known as the Mystic Man. Along the way, she is joined by "Glitch," an odd man missing half his brain; "Raw," a quietly powerful wolverine-like creature longing for inner courage; and "Cain," a heroic former policeman (known in the O.Z. as a "Tin Man"), who is seeking vengeance for his scarred heart. Ultimately, DG's destiny leads her to a showdown with the wicked sorceress Azkadellia, whose ties to DG are closer than anyone could have imagined.

    Tin Man will be executive-produced by RHI's Robert Halmi Sr. and Robert Halmi Jr. Mitchell and Van Sickle will also serve as executive producers.
    http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire/index...ory=2&id=38982
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: 'Tin Man' mini-series: 'Oz' reimagined by the SCI FI Channel

    Sounds good... hopefully, better than the Wonderful Galaxy of Oz.
    -Tim

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      Re: 'Tin Man' mini-series: 'Oz' reimagined by the SCI FI Channel

      This sounds.... trippy.

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